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Today in Black America - December 3

POSTED: December 03, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Report Examines Civil Rights During Bush Years
Harvard Law School Suspends Program Giving Students Free Tuition

A Candidate Plans to Be Atlanta Mayor; Another Plans for a Recount
Black Caucus Seeks to Ease Radio’s Woes
New York State Senate Votes Down Gay Marriage Bill

The Job Summit

Baltimore Sun

Dixon keeps low profile after conviction

City Council president can only wait for other shoe to drop

City Foundation told to provide documents

School superintendents balk at Miller's suggestion of administration cuts

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s Afghanistan war plan: How will he pay for it?

Financial bill to rein in Wall Street. Will it be tough enough?

Rwanda rebel leaders: US, French, Spanish, and Congo business links

Three ways the Comcast-NBC merger could change television

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta mayoral election: Race a key factor
Atlantans, others head to Obama jobs summit

Detroit Free Press

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio should dismiss all players involved in incident

Bing, CEOs invited to jobs forum

The Washington Post

Stimulus is boon for D.C. area contractors

As Obama opens jobs summit, he faces limited options for growth

Region's jobless rate rises as strong sectors show weakness

Recount likely in Atlanta race for mayor

A subsidy for those most in need

Chicago Tribune

Better parenting: Home visits show young mom how to break her family's cycle of violence

Maine East student run over, killed outside Golf Mill mall in Niles

Mismarked burial sites still a problem at Burr Oak Cemetery


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